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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Sun's Energy Output since 1970s vs Global Surface Temperature

Is the sun's output driving increased temperatures? Here is a graph from the National Climatic Data Center comparing our sun's energy output since the 1970s with global average surface temperatures: